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    RE GCSE , ive basically failed the whole of the first unit ( unit 16: marks gospel) and in all our tests so far I've been getting F's and G's(never revise). All my class notes are terrible and impossible to revise from.
    We have a mock exam in about 2 weeks (on unit 16).
    How do I achieve a good grade ???
    How do I revise when I don't have any class notes ???
    Is it possible to get a decent grade ???
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    RE GCSE , ive basically failed the whole of the first unit ( unit 16: marks gospel) and in all our tests so far I've been getting F's and G's(never revise). All my class notes are terrible and impossible to revise from.
    We have a mock exam in about 2 weeks (on unit 16).
    How do I achieve a good grade ???
    How do I revise when I don't have any class notes ???
    Is it possible to get a decent grade ???
    Find the specification so you know what you need to learn and then make new notes. A revision guide could be helpful.
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    Revision guide?? And you can do it I mean I got D's on all my mocks and then came out with an A on the real thing because I looked at the spec
 
 
 
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